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This week I learned the jobs the Lenape children did. The boys learned to hunt, fish, and make tools.
This week I learned that the image you see hit your retina upside down.
This week we learned partial products.
This week I learned how Chung King China and Brooklyn New York are different.
This week I learned about the powers of ten.
This week we learned about static electricity.
This week I learned all the jobs the Lenape children did.
This week I learned about fractions.
This week I learned how to add and subtract fractions using pattern blocks.
We learned about the first colonies set up in New Jersey.
In music we learned about African music.
This week I learned about colonial life in the colonies.
This week I learned about Bruce Springsteen.
This week I learned how to use a transparent mirror.
I learned how to add and subtract negative numbers.
I learned about the mosquito.
This week I learned how to find the unit price of a product.
This week I got a scrape on my knee going down the slide in the bounce house on Funday.
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